It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s… jellyfish in the skies

We just can’t get enough of Alexander Semenov and his jellyfish photography, and it looks like the man can’t either.

Now he’s gotten a new perspective on his tentacled friends in the sea by framing pictures of the ones in clear water upwards, so it looks like they are dancing in the sky. Our favorite’s the one with the strategically blocked skyline that makes it looks like our jellyfish is traveling in space. Wild.

Photographs of jellyfish in the sky
Photographs of jellyfish in the sky
Photographs of jellyfish in the sky

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